Welcome to Sculpture Northwest

Visit Island, San Juan, Skagit, and Whatcom counties to discover the Northwest's best Public Sculpture

We’re making our region a destination for the art-loving public

Sculpture Northwest is a non profit organization that was conceived on a dream to fill one of the most beautiful regions in North America with outstanding public sculpture to match the majesty of the natural beauty of Northwest Washington State. Our goal is to promote these four northwestern Counties – Island, San Juan, Skagit and Whatcom – as a “cultural tourist” destination for those of you with a passion for public sculpture. We assist both established and emerging sculptors in exhibiting and selling their sculpture, and we help these four counties to sponsor sculpture exhibits and place public sculpture in their communities.

New Sculpture Northwest board member

Sculpture Northwest is pleased to announce glass artist Lin McJunkin as a new Board member. Lin will be a valuable addition to our ongoing efforts in the four coiunty region os Island, San Juan, Skagit and Whatcom counties.

Restoring Joseph Kinnebrew sculptures

For the past several months Sculpture Northwest has been working on restoring a collection of Joseph Kinnebrew sculptures. We have made arrangements for leasing a warehouse at Bellingham Airport thru the Port of Bellingham. Restoration of the first of these, “Meditation” a powder coated steel sculpture has been completed. We are well on our way to completing two more later this summer. The work is being done by Hayley-Ann Law, a recent graduate of Bellingham Technical College along with the assistance of sculptor Shirley Erickson.

“Valley of Our Spirits”

On Mount Vernon’s Riverwalk Park along the Skagit River a new sculpture to honor the native people was recently installed. “Valley of Our Spirits” is a 20-foot iron tower containing rocks from the Skagit River, is adorned with images of fish and animals in stainless steel and colored glass, with an eagle on top looking toward downtown Mount Vernon. Funded by the Mount Vernon Arts Commission, it’s the work of sculptor Milo White, glass artist and Sculpture Northwest board member Lin McJunkin, and artist Jay Bowen of the Upper Skagit Tribe.

Experience the best sculpture the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

We invite you to discover a wealth information on public sculpture of Island, San Juan, Skagit, and Whatcom counties in Washington state. Sculpture Northwest assists communities, art commissions, galleries and sculpture gardens in sponsoring sculpture exhibits. 

Visit our Own a Sculpture Gallery and find sculptures for purchase or lease from our collection of established and emerging sculptors.

Email:
 info@sculpturenorthwest.org

Mailing:
PO Box 5631
Bellingham, Washington 98227

Sculpture Northwest is a registered 501(c)(3) corporation and contributions are tax-deductible to the greatest extent allowable by law.